Writer/ creator Alan Palmer has outdone himself with this loving and hysterical tribute to the Prima Lounge acts reminiscent of yesteryear. Andrew Orbison’s music adds just the right amount of camp with bouncing melodies and haunting ballads.
The Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick and Delores DelRubio is a fond and feisty little homage to old school cabaret and its people, full of camp musical mischief.
-Fresh From The Stalls
Best Cabaret shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016
Absolutely bloody great! We loved Delores and Dick. Good clean camp fun! Delores is a great glam showgirl, but it was Dick that got the laughs. Hilarious!... as he reminded us on how the girls just loved him. Highly recommend.
-AJW Ed Fringe
Palmer and Orbison’s characters are lovingly written with just the right hint of sass and satire that makes them very easy to adore and be on board with. They’re funny, and sometimes exotically ridiculous, but are always personable and piffy. There has been a lot of thought into their exuberant back-stories, but there’s never so much detail that they’re too complex a couple.
-Grumpy Gay Critic